July 12, 2019 at 9:43 pmdesouzadacostaSubscriber
I am trying to simulate a one way steady state dpm tracking. I just changed the wall restitution coefficient from 1 to some angle dependent value from literature. After that I have a significant number of incomplete particles and the message below. Could any expert tell
ways to decrease the number of incomplete particles.
Any output would be very welcome.
DPM Iteration ....
Internal warning: proc. 0: getintersectingface_coarse(): ABS(part_side_of_f[pof = 0] = -0.000000) > epsilon = 0.000000
number tracked = 2000, escaped = 1691, aborted = 0, trapped = 0, evaporated = 0, incomplete = 309, incomplete_parallel = 0
Fate Number Elapsed Time (s) Injection, Index
Min Max Avg Std Dev Min Max
Incomplete 309 9.795e-02 1.380e+02 1.046e+02 5.098e+01 injection-0 1290 injection-0 1474
Escaped - Zone 5 452 9.803e-02 3.417e-01 1.086e-01 2.081e-02 injection-0 1482 injection-0 862
Escaped - Zone 6 1239 9.794e-02 3.460e-01 1.062e-01 1.674e-02 injection-0 1114 injection-0 663
(*)- Mass Transfer Summary -(*)
Fate Mass Flow (kg/s)
Initial Final Change
Incomplete 4.855e-04 4.855e-04 0.000e+00
Escaped - Zone 5 8.327e-04 8.327e-04 0.000e+00
Escaped - Zone 6 2.015e-03 2.015e-03 0.000e+00
Net 3.333e-03 3.333e-03 0.000e+00
Internal warning: proc. 1: getintersectingface_coarse(): ABS(part_side_of_f[pof = 2] = -0.000000) > epsilon = 0.000000
Internal warning: proc. 2: getintersectingface_coarse(): ABS(part_side_of_f[pof = 0] = -0.000000) > epsilon = 0.000000
Internal warning: proc. 3: getintersectingface_coarse(): ABS(part_side_of_f[pof = 0] = -0.000000) > epsilon = 0.000000
July 12, 2019 at 10:17 pmRaef.KobeissiSubscriberHi Try to increase the total number of steps, do you have circulation in your domain?
July 13, 2019 at 5:45 pmdesouzadacostaSubscriber
Thanks for the output. The total number of steps is 50 000. It is not expected any recirculation.
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